Sylhet Strikers opener Nazmul Hossain Shanto has been punished again for violating the code of conduct. This star batter of Sylhet has been fined 30 percent of the match fee. In a statement yesterday (Wednesday), the country’s highest governing body of cricket, BCB, said this.
Shanto expressed his displeasure with the umpire’s decision after being dismissed against Rangpur Riders in the BPL’s second qualifier on Tuesday. After that, the opener lost his temper several times. And that broke BCB’s code of conduct level one.
As a result, although there is a provision of 50% match fee fine, Shanto has been fined 30% match fee. Two demerit points are given along with this. Shanta’s name has been added three demerit points for breaking the code of conduct for the second time in the current BPL. Shanto accepted the punishment given by the match referee Rakibul Hasan by admitting the crime. Therefore, there is no need for a new hearing.